Information sessions

We hold regular information sessions to help you understand and register for the R&D Tax Incentive.

If you plan to undertake R&D, but have not yet registered for the R&D Tax Incentive program an information session may help.

Currently available sessions

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The Department of Industry, Science and Resources is delivering a series of information sessions focussed on specific areas of interest. You will receive a brief overview of the program before diving into the session topic in greater detail with our subject matter experts.

Be sure to subscribe to the R&DTI Insider newsletter or check back regularly to register for new sessions as they become available. Topics will be regularly updated so don’t miss out!

Join representatives from the Australian Taxation Office and the Department of Industry, Science and Resources to learn about the Research and Development Tax Incentive program.

You will be introduced to the program and guided through key eligibility requirements. We highly recommend attending this session before submitting an application.

What you will learn:

  • the benefits offered by the R&D Tax Incentive
  • who can apply
  • what R&D activities and expenditure are eligible
  • the importance of record keeping
  • when and how to apply.

Register for an upcoming session:

Engagement forums

R&DTI Roundtable

The Roundtable brings together a diverse range of stakeholders including program users, tax consultants and industry, research and tax associations. Members share their insights on the use and impact of the R&DTI and discuss potential opportunities to improve program administration.

Learn more about the R&DTI Roundtable.

Stakeholder Reference Groups

Stakeholder Reference Groups (SRG) provide a forum for the tax agent community to receive program updates, discuss technical matters and provide feedback on the administration of the program with program administrators from both the Department of Industry, Science and Resources (DISR) and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO).

Learn more about Stakeholder Reference Groups.

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